- New Jersey Sandy Victims Protest Pace Of Rebuilding Aid Programs Homeowners frustrated at the slow pace of recovery from Superstorm Sandy staged a protest rally outside the New Jersey Statehouse.
- Attorneys Fight To Save Sandy Victims From Paying Back Government Grants Hundreds of storm victims may have to pay back, not only parts of NY Rising grants, but hefty lawyer fees too.
- Public Can Now View Sandy-Damaged Homes Going Up For Auction Monday marks the first day the public can view 150 Sandy-damaged homes acquired by the state that will be auctioned off on Long Island.
- NYC Officials Cheer $3 Billion Federal Grant For Superstorm Sandy Aid The money will used at 33 developments damaged by the 2012 storm.
- City Comptroller Scott Stringer: Superstorm Sandy Aid Program A Disgrace Stringer's office examined the city's Build it Back and found there were double billings and a lack of accountability.
- Audit: It Took 15 Tries For New Jersey To Get Sandy Grant Extended A new federal audit shows New Jersey had to submit an application to extend one post-Superstorm Sandy aid program 15 times before it was approved.
- Woodbridge Homes In Flood-Prone Areas Torn Down As Part Of NJ Buyout Program David Glass, deputy commissioner of the state Department of Environmental Protection, said the homes were all bought out under the state's Blue Acres program and the families were relocated.
- Icing Causes Problems On Roads In New Jersey Thursday's messy winter storm may make for a rough commute for many Friday morning.
- FEMA Exec Says He Has Seen Evidence Of Insurance Fraud After Sandy The executive in charge of FEMA's insurance program has admitted that homeowners may have been cheated out of millions in insurance money.
- Brooklyn Officials: Sandy Victims Should Refile Flood Claims After Firms Accused Of Fraud Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and City Councilman Mark Treyger, D-Brooklyn, want a special monitor to be established by the attorney general to review every single case.